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Organisational restructuring at India Today Group: Bagga takes over as Publishing Director, India Today Megabrand, Menon as Publishing Director, Business Group

12-February-2004
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Organisational restructuring at India Today Group: Bagga takes over as Publishing Director, India Today Megabrand, Menon as Publishing Director, Business Group

Ashish Bagga has been appointed as Publishing Director, India Today Megabrand, and Satish Menon as Publishing Director and Head of the Business Group. Bagga, who was earlier Publisher of the Business Group, has replaced Mohini Bhullar as the Publishing Director, India Today Megabrand. Industry veteran and long-time serving India Today hand, Bhullar, would now be Executive Director, Corporate Affairs.

Alongside his new role, Bagga will continue to supervise the Group’s shared services of newsstand sales and distribution, subscription service and CRM fulfillment and related businesses (Amway, etc.).

Menon was earlier President, Sales and Marketing, Sahara TV group. He has now replaced Ashish Bagga as Publishing Director, Business Group. Menon would resume his new role from March 6, 2004. Also, Ajay Shukla (earlier with ABN Amro Bank) will join as Publishing Director and Head of Reader’s Digest business. He will be based out of Mumbai where Reader’s Digest is headquartered.

(First run on the site at 4:15 PM on February 11, 2004)

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